What You Need to Know About Epidermal Leveling 

by | Mar 5, 2021 | Services, Skin Care

Chances are you may have never heard of Epidermal Leveling but if you have signs of aging, acne scars, or darkened pigmentation, this could be a beneficial treatment for you.

What is Epidermal Leveling?
Epidermal Leveling, also known as Dermaplaning, is the act of exfoliating the top layer of the skin. The fine hairs on the face are also removed during this treatment. It leaves skin looking polished, smoother, and refined. Epidermal Leveling also allows better penetration of products being applied to the face. This is an alternative to laser resurfacing or harsh chemical peels.

Will the Hair Grow Back Thicker?
Since the hair being removed is “peach fuzz,” also known as vellus hairs, there is no need to worry about the hair growing back thicker or darker in the future. The removal of vellus hairs will allow your makeup to set better and leave your face with a smooth, glowing complexion.

How Does It Work?
A surgical blade is used to remove the hair and skin from your face. This provides an exfoliation like no other. Our specialist can will exfoliate your face which helps remove blackheads, reducing the chance of acne.

This procedure is completely safe and painless. There is no time out from work or needed rest. The procedure will leave you refreshed and feeling like new.

Benefits of Epidermal Leveling:
There are several key benefits to Epidermal Leveling. Your skin will feel smoother. Your skin will be more evenly toned. Exfoliated skin absorbs products, like moisturizer and serums, better. Makeup will go on with a smoother application. No more makeup caked onto flaky patches of skin.

Unlike some harsher treatments, there is no downtime after your procedure. You can get right back to your normal activities as soon as you leave the office. No need to plan around your treatment.

Epidermal Leveling helps prevent acne and lessens the appearance of acne scars. It’s a gentle enough process that you can actually have it done every 3 to 4 weeks when you need a pick me up.

Is Epidermal Leveling Right For You?
If you’re wondering whether this procedure could be right for you, we would love to answer any of your questions. Give us a call today to schedule a consultation with one of our specialists. Our goal is to help our clients reach to achieve their desired results.

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